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Editors’ Notes

Rod Stewart has been blessed with one of pop music’s most natural voices. In his youth, he sang hard. Middle age found him softening up. His later days find him looking back through songbooks for tunes where he can easily add his golden throat without too much wear and tear. It isn’t quite the force of nature it once was; Stewart occasionally sounds tentative. “It’s the Same Old Song” kicks uptempo, but Stewart takes it cautiously, blending into the mix of backing vocalists just when it’s his turn to take things higher. The always tough “Higher and Higher” from Jackie Wilson simply can’t be met but is infused with Stewart’s warm deliver anyhow. Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour” adds Wonder on harmonica while Stewart coasts. Anyone expecting Stewart to issue a musical challenge will be disappointed, but for those who enjoy hearing a familiar friend put his touch to old favorites, Stewart’s takes on Smokey Robinson’s “Tracks of My Tears” and “You’ve Really Got a Hold On Me” are like a letter home.

Biography

Born: 10 January 1945 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Over the course of his career, Rod Stewart has had it all. He's been lauded as the finest singer of his generation, he's written several songs that turned into modern standards, he sang with the Faces, who rivaled the Rolling Stones in their prime, he had massive commercial success. Stewart also saw his critical respect slip away during the '80s, when he recorded lightweight pop and although he did record some terrible albums — and he would admit that freely — Stewart will always be remembered...
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